NHS Workforce Management Virtual Conference

Date: 04/06/2020
Author: Daniel Snape
Company: Convenzis Group Limited

NHS Workforce Management Virtual Conference

In the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak, Convenzis are committed to providing our public services with current policy updates and the sharing of best practice to help improve collaborative working and practical examples of innovation through these testing times.

All our virtual conferences are all split across 2 short but content-packed days, day 1 will focus on the sharing of best practice, national policy insights and innovation,

On day 2 speakers will continue their presentations focusing on the key take always and lessons learned, interactive question and answer sessions throughout will open the debate up and give you the chance to have your say.

Preserving and protecting the health, safety, and wellbeing of staff is critical for NHS organisations as they respond to the COVID-19 outbreak.

It is essential that NHS organisations take every effort to support the physical and mental wellbeing of the workforce, to enable staff to stay healthy and protect themselves, colleagues, patients,s and families as we continue to deliver services through this challenging period.

Convenzis are proud to host a series of free to attend virtual conferences that will help healthcare leaders keep up to date on current policy and research, our Virtual NHS Workforce Management Conference will focus on the some of the key challenges currently being faced while Healthcare providers battle with the outbreak of COVID-19

Key topics to include:

• Leadership training and support
• Diversity and inclusion
• Staff wellbeing and support
• Effective planning and reporting
• Remote Working

Key areas of discussion at NHS Workforce Management Virtual Conference include:

Enabling and supporting staff to work from home: Employers should enable and support their staff to work from home wherever possible. Enabling home working is one-way employers can reduce the risk of infection to their wider workforce and patients while upholding core functions. Homeworking should also be utilised to support staff from ‘at-risk’ groups to continue working while minimising social contact.

Staff wellbeing and support: Employers have a moral and statutory duty of care to protect employee’s health and safety and provide a safe environment to work. NHS organisations need to be proactive in protecting employees and supporting them to feel safe and secure in their employment.

Fatigue: Employers need to consider the impact that fatigue can have on staff, particularly as changing roles and/or work patterns are implemented in order to support staff to stay safe. Fatigue can lead to additional risks, so organisations should encourage staff to raise any concerns they have with their line managers and consider increased breaks and adjustments to shifts where required

Workforce Digital Support Services: The next decade presents an opportunity to address data governance and cybersecurity concerns, agree on ethical frameworks and develop NHS staff/organisations to implement genomics and digital technologies in the workplace, this session will look closely at some of the systems and digital tools being used to improve both patient and staff satisfaction.

Registration for NHS Workforce Management Virtual Conference is complimentary for all NHS and Healthcare employees; it will provide a safe platform to network and engage with peers from across the UK, our interactive speaker sessions provide informative and engaging content to take away and help improve your departments.

We hope to see you on the day.